As we prepare to return to Japan there will be many changes, many challenges, yet may I remain faithful to the good work that God has prepared for me to do.
We had an incredible month of ministry and look ahead to continuing with VBS programs this next week as we will be joined by another mission team.
2017 has been a year of significant transitions for Walter and the staff of the Cameroon Baptist Convention’s (CBC) Finance and Development Department.
We arrived back in Cameroon on July 8th and within the first weeks, various individuals and groups have come to our home to Salute Die.
Praying that God would provide a church that would partner with us as we prepare to go to Brazil and be our home base church for home assignments.
An illustration was the transition bridge, representing stages along the way into mission work: settled, un-settling, chaos, re-settling, and newly settled.
I was blessed with the privilege of spending time with fellow sisters in Christ to learn together and encourage one another in Christ.
Having served on the field in East Asia for over four years, we experienced a certain level of re-entry culture shock upon landing on our home country.
Many students and leaders stopped by our table to chat and learn more about Japan, and sample the candy, of course.
Development does not move forward on a smooth line, ever upward. When we see successes and opening doors, we know to be ready for the two steps back.